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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    I'm not from the US. What I am wondering about though: why is it the US seem to be suddenly so keen to have geriatric patients on key positions in power? I get it: you want people in power with life experience and not a millenial snowflake. But this is IMO the other extreme. Aside of his performance/ party a.s.o. at least Obama was a vital man when he took office. I saw a "party" a while ago when he totally pulvarized Joetanchamon with his mere presence.

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by RedPilledSimp View Post
    I'm not from the US. What I am wondering about though: why is it the US seem to be suddenly so keen to have geriatric patients on key positions in power? I get it: you want people in power with life experience and not a millenial snowflake. But this is IMO the other extreme. Aside of his performance/ party a.s.o. at least Obama was a vital man when he took office. I saw a "party" a while ago when he totally pulvarized Joetanchamon with his mere presence.
    If it's the discussion of age that's sudden to you, then it's likely connected to Biden's declining mental faculties. Biden was 78 when he became president. Of course, comparisons to Trump are made, and he was 70 when he became president. Before that George H.W. Bush was 64 when he became president in 1989. Ronald Reagan was 69 when he became president in 1981.

    Nancy Pelosi, our Speaker of the House, is now 82 and she shows it. We have congressmen and women who are up there in age as well.

    When I was a boy briefly living in South Carolina in the 60s, Strom Thurmond was one of our United States Senators. I remembered his name at the time because it was so unusual to me. I've lived in many places since then and, in what seemed a lifetime lived since then, I was shocked to realize in 2000 (after I retired!) that he was still South Carolina's Senator.

    Minimum age to qualify for POTUS is 35. Theodore Roosevelt was our youngest at 42.

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by RedPilledSimp View Post
    I saw a "party" a while ago when he totally pulvarized Joetanchamon with his mere presence.
    I forgot to say, if you mean Joe Biden, a recent event showed everybody all over Obama and I believed that to be a combination of the fact that Obama is still popular, he hadn't been seen in Washington circles for a while and many people were happy to see him, as he was to see them, and everybody was happy to not have to fake it with Biden, while Biden doddled in the background, even once trying to get Obama's attention by touching his shoulder. But Obama ignored him and kept talking to others. It was a definite slight.

    Here's the video from April:

    https://nypost.com/2022/04/06/presid...e-white-house/
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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    I forgot to say, if you mean Joe Biden, a recent event showed everybody all over Obama and I believed that to be a combination of the fact that Obama is still popular, he hadn't been seen in Washington circles for a while and many people were happy to see him, as he was to see them, and everybody was happy to not have to fake it with Biden, while Biden doddled in the background, even once trying to get Obama's attention by touching his shoulder. But Obama ignored him and kept talking to others. It was a definite slight.

    Here's the video from April:

    https://nypost.com/2022/04/06/presid...e-white-house/
    It's sad at the same time it's pathetic watching a geriatric old man with dementia torpedo the nation with open borders, war on oil, food shortage, rapid expanding hyper inflation on par with detonated TNT, and WW-lll with Russia and China.

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    Same. I could forgive Trump's "outlandish" or out of place behaviors. But those "Mean comments" and his straight forward honesty got him in the white house in the first place! That's what made 2016 elections so memorable and those democrats are still talking about Trump, and he's out of office!

    Like hello?? Trump is out of office, and you're still talking about him?? Something tells me Trumps is definitely the man for the job! Whenever, democrats talks about Trump, nonstop, even during the elections, It shows that they are actually afraid of him.

    It's true! Those democrats/globalists are afraid of Donald Trump. I mean, why else continue talking about Donald Trump??

    Granted, Donald Trump isn't perfect - no one is. But he is the man for the job.

    If I were to vote for Trump, I'd give him another chance to run America. Trump just needs to focus on America and her needs are.
    Respectfully I could not disagree more with you about Trump being the man for the job. Even setting aside the main reason I dislike him as I posted above.

    You see all the vitriol this man brings from the lefties as a positive. That the bring this shit because they are afraid of him. Hate to say so but some of the shit they bring he well deserves. The man has acted the clown a tad to often.

    I see it ALL as a total waste of time. With the country suffering the most, rather than Trump, from this waste of time. All the back and forth name calling is nothing but divisive. We are pretty well all set with being divided. Got that shit nailed as far as I'm concerned.

    A deeply divided country adds a massive amount of complexity. It hinders enacting policies that could truly help the country. Every single positive Trump policy Unboxxed listed in his post were real good things for the USA. Or at least a correct start in the right direction for us.

    I say any conservative BUT Trump. That is the man for the job. A person who is not such a lightning rod for bullshit. A candidate who does not have a large group of built in haters. If it was Trump or Trump's cabinet that came up with the policy. Those same people, including Trump, should be in the background. I doubt Trump could keep his mouth shut and act as a silent partner to a new candidate.

    A candidate who could continue on with great policy. Trigger fewer haters to make his job easier.
    Spend more effort uniting the country rather than battling haters.

    So doing the same thing over (Trump). Expecting a different outcome?
    Makes sense to anyone?

    The definition of that thinking is insanity IMHO.
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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by O.G. View Post
    Respectfully I could not disagree more with you about Trump being the man for the job. Even setting aside the main reason I dislike him as I posted above.

    You see all the vitriol this man brings from the lefties as a positive. That the bring this shit because they are afraid of him. Hate to say so but some of the shit they bring he well deserves. The man has acted the clown a tad to often.

    I see it ALL as a total waste of time. With the country suffering the most, rather than Trump, from this waste of time. All the back and forth name calling is nothing but divisive. We are pretty well all set with being divided. Got that shit nailed as far as I'm concerned.

    A deeply divided country adds a massive amount of complexity. It hinders enacting policies that could truly help the country. Every single positive Trump policy Unboxxed listed in his post were real good things for the USA. Or at least a correct start in the right direction for us.

    I say any conservative BUT Trump. That is the man for the job. A person who is not such a lightning rod for bullshit. A candidate who does not have a large group of built in haters. If it was Trump or Trump's cabinet that came up with the policy. Those same people, including Trump, should be in the background. I doubt Trump could keep his mouth shut and act as a silent partner to a new candidate.

    A candidate who could continue on with great policy. Trigger fewer haters to make his job easier.
    Spend more effort uniting the country rather than battling haters.

    So doing the same thing over (Trump). Expecting a different outcome?
    Makes sense to anyone?

    The definition of that thinking is insanity IMHO.

    I mean Trump's policy is what save America, so if another candidate could continue Trump's policy, it would be DeSantis. But I don't think DeSantis will be running anytime soon, as he has Florida to save. And many people from out of state, are moving to Florida, and even people from out of different countries are moving to Florida.

    But DeSantis has this this to say about people moving to Florida, "If people are coming to Florida with a likability for or affinity for Dictators, and there are people here with that support for Dictators, then we don't want them here in Florida. They have to go back to their own country, if they like dictators so much. We don't want them here in Florida."

    I don't want dictators here either, and I agree with DeSantis. For me, I'm moving to TEXAS. I might change my mind about moving Florida, and move there, as I heard good things about Florida, because of DeSantis.

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Despite the perks, being Prez of the US is beyond stressful. Worse yet, if you want to get anything done you have to bed down with the scum of the earth, both foreign and domestic. Anybody who wants the job has to have something wrong with them.

    Looks like Trump tried to do more good than I was aware of. But he's put on his clown face too many times, the other choice is going to have to be truly awful before I vote Trump again.
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    On the eve of Independence Day in America, I content myself with the knowledge that one of my forefathers probably shot one of Spooky's forefathers.

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    I'd vote Trump in 2024 no matter what. No question about it.
    My good man.

    I strongly believe Trump is the only man who can fix the country Biden is now fucking up. Trump did it before; he can do it again. If Trump were to increase his odds of winning in '24, I suggest he pick Ron DeSantis to be his vice president pick.
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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Question which I have not been able to find an answer for online.

    American Presidents can only serve x2 terms as far as I know. Does it matter if the terms are consecutive? In other words, if Trump won in 2024, would he be able to run again in the following election because his first term was 2016? Does it "reset" itself?

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    My good man.

    I strongly believe Trump is the only man who can fix the country Biden is now fucking up. Trump did it before; he can do it again. If Trump were to increase his odds of winning in '24, I suggest he pick Ron DeSantis to be his vice president pick.
    If Trump runs and wins in 2024, by 2028 he'll be the most impeached man of all time! He's not even in office and they're still hunting him down! He likes kicking badgers and getting bitten!

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    Question which I have not been able to find an answer for online.

    American Presidents can only serve x2 terms as far as I know. Does it matter if the terms are consecutive? In other words, if Trump won in 2024, would he be able to run again in the following election because his first term was 2016? Does it "reset" itself?
    Two terms total, 8 years any way you slice it. He could stay in the Whitehouse for 16 years maximum, 8 as President and another 8 as vice president. That would turn the Democrats into sociopaths or suicidal!

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    American Presidents can only serve x2 terms as far as I know. Does it matter if the terms are consecutive? In other words, if Trump won in 2024, would he be able to run again in the following election because his first term was 2016? Does it "reset" itself?
    The only US president, so far, to serve 2 non-consecutive terms is Grover Cleveland. If Trump were to run again and win, he'll be the second.
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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    Question which I have not been able to find an answer for online.

    American Presidents can only serve x2 terms as far as I know. Does it matter if the terms are consecutive? In other words, if Trump won in 2024, would he be able to run again in the following election because his first term was 2016? Does it "reset" itself?
    I just googled, term limits on president:

    Passed by Congress in 1947, and ratified by the states on February 27, 1951, the Twenty-Second Amendment limits an elected president to two terms in office, a total of eight years. However, it is possible for an individual to serve up to ten years as president. The amendment specifies that if a vice president or other successor takes over for a president— who, for whatever reason, cannot fulfill the term— and serves two years or less of the former president’s term, the new president may serve for two full four-year terms. If more than two years remain of the term when the successor assumes office, the new president may serve only one additional term.

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    Gee, we could have Kamala for 10 years once Biden flatlines in his 3rd or 4th year. LOL.
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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Haskell View Post
    I'd vote for DeSantis, but not for Trump -- unless it were Trump vs. Biden and those were my only choices.

    I have mixed feelings about Trump. He was successful economically, and I liked a lot of his policies and appointments. But his personality... what a narcissist. He loved drama and conflict so much, it really got in the way. He would say things that would make me smack my head -- how stupid and petty can you be? It was all about him; he didn't share credit. He didn't surround himself with diverse opinions; he surrounded himself with yes-men. He alienated people. He was a bully. He loved attention. Every day it was something else. It was draining. It was constant drama with him, and I got sick of it. I think a lot of Americans did. (I did vote for him against Biden, though, because I despised how the Dems had behaved for the past 4 years and thought their policies sounded idiotic.)

    Trump is a wounded candidate. If he would've handled his exit gracefully, he might have a chance in 2024. But the Jan. 6th thing is a real stain on him, particularly after the other impeachments and scandals. He should've put on his big boy pants and accepted defeat like a man. But narcissists do not accept defeat easily. (To be clear, I think Jan. 6th has been exaggerated and hyped by the mainstream media, and I'm sick of hearing about it. But it has undoubtedly caused a stain on Trump's legitimacy as a candidate.)

    I'd be fine with voting for DeSantis. I hope he runs. I hope Trump stays out of it, but that doesn't sound like Trump.
    He did write the book "The Art of the Comeback".

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    I look at what the man accomplished not what he says. If I wanted a feel good mental masturbation mouth piece I would vote for a career politician that would say all the feel good bullshit a woman will tell you to trap you into the same old same game. I see through that smoke and mirror bullshit and have for a long time.

    If the DemocRATS bitch, through a hissy fit I know one thing for sure he is renting space inside there heads for free! To me that's a good thing fuck the establishment! The reason people dislike Trump is he is not a establishment puppet like what the USA has had for the last hundred years or so.. For that reason alone I will vote for Trump!

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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Gee, we could have Kamala for 10 years once Biden flatlines in his 3rd or 4th year. LOL.
    But the country can only run for 90 days on stupid, after that it's anyone's guess! Biden has proven it lasts longer running on dementia!




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    Quote Originally Posted by O.G. View Post
    I liked many of Trump's policies. I could mostly forgive his clownish behaviors.

    I can NEVER forgive the most telling 60 seconds of his life.

    "Let's walk down to the Capitol. I'll be there with you. We need to fight!" Then he hops in the Presidential limo and heads home.

    Not here to argue if the 1/06 folks were right or wrong about the election. I am here to say he turned those people into the very definition of the political term useful idiots. To me that's as low as it gets.
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    Well at least he did not make a crowdfunding for help a very well paid politician like Bolsonaroīs son did in Brazil.
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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    I am voting for Trump in 2024. You guys know I am a sarcastic blunt smart ass. I am voting for Trump just to watch people shit themselves. I will be laughing so hard. The fact that Trump could only legally serve one term will rock. He can mess with people and doesn't need to worry about re-election.

    But Biden will be re-elected in 2024. 81 million voted for him in 2020. Maybe 100 million will vote for him in 2024. *wink wink* LOL
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    Re: How many of you will or won't vote for Donald Trump in 2024?? I mean, he does care about America, though. And he shows it.

    Quote Originally Posted by MGTOWFOREVER View Post
    But Biden will be re-elected in 2024. 81 million voted for him in 2020. Maybe 100 million will vote for him in 2024. *wink wink* LOL
    No way! The American people's lives are getting more and more un-affordable both party voters. I highly doubt even Democrats are that dumb (and they are very dumb to start with) enough to vote for a guy who made their lives harder.

    I'm voting Trump, because we were a better nation back when he was president and I will be even more proud to be an American than I do already.
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